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  # 1361159 8-Aug-2015 14:49
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quickymart:
raytaylor: I think woosh got southland, pacific.net got nelson and telecom was everywhere else after woosh pulled out of a few of the other regions it had won.


Here's a blast from the past for you Ray :)


I actually remember that. But it felt like from a previous life. Then looked at the date, only 10 years ago!




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  # 1361161 8-Aug-2015 14:50
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You might be able to get fibre in Orakei, and install is free too.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1361180 8-Aug-2015 15:31
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Problem is alot of Orakei doesn't have fibre yet and won't get it for a couple of years. Although I certainly feel better seeing that most of Paritai dr (one of the most expensive streets in Auckland) cant get fibre until June next year. By then I would have had fibre for over 2 years.





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Thanks Aredwood, where do you live, Might have to move to your area, Orakei sucks only fibre in around Orakei School and if freitasm saw this lay out he would not be suggesting that I get Chours in and add it to my bill, but ta for the suggestion. 2 years till fibre comes - THANKS WOOSH



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